Michigan Attorney with 23 years of experience
- (844) 236-2287
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- Offers Video Conferencing
John E. Melton is a criminal defense attorney who has successfully defended people charged with a variety of crimes in courts all over the State of Michigan. This includes: -Sexual Criminal Conduct -Drug Crimes -Violent Crimes -Drunk Driving -White Collar Crimes -Domestic Violence -Armed Robbery -Breaking and Entering -and many more. Our offices are in Sandusky and Saginaw. We regularly practice in Flint, Saginaw, Bay City, The Thumb, Midland, Port Huron and surrounding areas and all of Southeast Michigan. We know the judges in these areas. We...
Lexington Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
Lakeshore Legal Aid of Saint Clair County
Port Huron, MI
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